Ports and Harbours

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  Notices to Mariners

Fishing boats in Oban harbour

The Council own and manage a number of piers and harbours and as a Statutory Harbour Authority comply with the Port Marine Safety Code. In addition there are 17 aids to navigation situated throughout the marine infrastructure that comply with the IALA standards.

The ports and harbours throughout Argyll and Bute see a lot of activity throughout the year in various forms. This is both through commercial and leisure. Due to our location one of our main industries is fishing and transportation of goods via the sea. There are charges therefore for several things such as the shipping of goods, vehicles and passengers, storage and harbour vessel fees.
There are many passenger ferries that pass throughout our ports and harbours and you can find the sailing times and prices here

Oban Harbour Development Group

Oban Harbour Development Group consists of key stakeholders, who are responsible for the development and operation of marine activity in Oban Bay - you can find out more and read minutes of their meetings on the Oban Harbour Development Group page.

Our main ports and harbours

Location
Campbeltown Harbour
Carradale Harbour
Craignure Pier
Dunoon Pier
Oban North Pier
Port Askaig Pier
Rothesay Harbour